[hee-muh-trof, -trohf, hem-uh-] /ˈhi məˌtrɒf, -ˌtroʊf, ˈhɛm ə-/
the material from the maternal bloodstream and placenta that nourishes a mammalian embryo.
hemotroph he·mo·troph (hē’mə-trŏf’, -trōf’)
The nutritive materials supplied to the embryo through the placenta from the maternal bloodstream.
hemotropic he·mo·trop·ic (hē’mə-trŏp’ĭk, -trō’pĭk) adj. Of or relating to the mechanism by which blood cells, especially red blood cells, attracts phagocytic cells.
hemotympanum he·mo·tym·pa·num (hē’mə-tĭm’pə-nəm) n. The presence of blood in the tympanic cavity of the middle ear. Also called hematotympanum.
[hemp] /hɛmp/ noun 1. Also called Indian hemp, marijuana. a tall, coarse plant, Cannabis sativa, that is native to Asia but naturalized or cultivated in many parts of the world and is the source of a valuable fiber as well as drugs such as marijuana and hashish. Compare . 2. the tough fiber of this […]
noun 1. a European composite plant, Eupatorium cannabinum, having dull purplish flowers. noun 1. a Eurasian plant, Eupatorium cannabinum, with clusters of small pink flower heads: family Asteraceae (composites)